Results from Election Night 2012

Millions of Americans hit the polls Tuesday night, and as you may already know, President Barack Obama was reelected for his second term in office.

Here in the Coastal Bend, Nelda Martinez was elected mayor, and Jim Kaelin was reelected as our Nueces County Sheriff. Also on the ballot were eight propositions concerning city improvements.

The following is a rundown of Tuesday night's winners, as well as the final voting numbers reported:

U.S. Senator - Ted Cruz, Republican
U.S. Representative, District 15 - Rubén Hinojosa, Democrat
U.S. Representative, District 27 - Blake Farenthold, Republican
U.S. Representative, District 34 - Filemon Vela, Democrat

State Senator, District 20 - Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa, Democrat
State Senator, District 21 - Judith Zaffirini, Democrat
State Representative, District 30 - Geanie W. Morrison, Republican
State Representative, District 34 - Connie Scott, Republican
State Representative, District 43 - J.M. Lozano, Republican
Justice, 13th Court of Appeals District, Place 2 - Nora Longoria, Democrat
Justice, 13th Court of Appeals District, Place 4 - Nelda Vidaurri, Democrat
Justice, 13th Court of Appeals District, Place 5 - Gina M. Benavides, Democrat

District Judge, 28th Judicial District - Nanette Hasette, Democrat
District Judge, 214th Judicial District - José Longoria, Democrat
District Judge, 347th Judicial District - Missy Medary, Republican
District Attorney, 105th Judicial District - Mark Skurka, Democrat
District Attorney, 79th Judicial District - Carlos Omar Garcia, Democrat
Judge, County Court of Law, No. 3, Unexpired Term - Deeanne Galvan, Democrat

Nueces County Sheriff - Jim Kaelin, Republican
Live Oak County Sheriff - Larry Busby, Democrat
Kleberg County Sheriff - Edward "Ed" M. Mata, Sr., Democrat
Aransas County Sheriff - Bill Mills, Republican
Bee County Sheriff - Carlos Carrizales, Jr., Democrat

Tax Assessor-Collector - Kevin Kieshnick, Republican
County Commissioner, Precinct 1 - Mike Pusley, Republican
Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1 - Joe Benavides, Democrat
Constable, Precinct 1 - Robert "Bobby" Cisneros, Democrat

Mayor - Nelda Martinez
City Council, At Large - Mark Scott, David Loeb and Lillian Riojas
Del Mar College Regent, At Large - Sandra Messbarger
Del Mar College Regent, District 1 - Gabe Rivas
CCISD Trustee, At Large - John Marez, Hector "Coach" Salinas and Tony C. Diaz

Proposition No. 1, Streets - For
Proposition No. 2, City Hall Improvements - Against
Proposition No. 3, Service Center Complex Improvements - For
Proposition No. 4, Parks and Recreation - For
Proposition No. 5, Museum and Library Improvements - For
Proposition No. 6, Public Health Improvements - For
Proposition No. 7, Public Safety Improvements - For
Proposition No. 8, Economic Development Projects - For

Below is the complete listing of election numbers.


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